Are great breasts after fifty a thing of the past? A lot happens to our breasts over 50 years, childbearing, nursing, and menopause to mention a few, but nothing that breast augmentation, implants and/or a breast lift can’t fix if that’s important to us. Let’s face it. Unlike diet and exercise to stay fit and firm, there is not much we can do to perk up sagging and deflated breasts short of surgical help, explains Miami-based Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Dr. Adam Rubinstein. Is breast augmentation or a breast lift the answer for you? In recent years, women over 40, 50 and 60 have sought the help of a plastic surgeon for breast augmentation like never before. Why the sudden trend? We’ve entered an era where women are living longer, and the quality of our lives is dictated by our physicality. And for many women, that means lifting and augmenting their menopausal breasts to a more youthful state. In today’s video Dr. Rubinstein offers important tips and guidance if you are considering breast surgery. What procedure is right for you? Is breast augmentation and implants the answer, or do you need a breast lift to achieve the results you desire? Dr. Rubinstein explains our options and provides examples. Please note, this video contains explicit before and after pictures.

Dr. Rubinstein is an award winning plastic surgeon based in Miami, Florida, whose skills are sought out by patients from around the world.

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